The ASU swim and dive team had a record-breaking weekend in one of the year's most anticipated college swim meets. The No. 1 Sun Devil men's team beat No. 2 Cal 211-87, and the women beat the No. 11 Golden Bears 191.5-96.5 at Mona Plummer Aquatic Center on Saturday.
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ASU football head coach Herm Edwards is stepping down from his position after four seasons and three games with the program, according to statements released from the athletic department on Sunday afternoon.
The No. 9 ASU women's water polo team's season unexpectedly ended after it pulled out of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Conference tournament due to positive COVID-19 tests.
Before the birds begin to sing, Declan Mayo-Shanahan is up at 4:30 a.m. to prepare for rowing practice. By 5:30 a.m., he and the rest of the rowing team are in the water doing the workout their coach has prepared.
ASU water polo head coach Todd Clapper stepped down from his position. The team named assistant coach Petra Pardi interim head coach on March 25, according to Sun Devil Athletics spokesperson Doug Tammaro.
ASU hockey's presence in professional hockey grew last week after a record-setting six Sun Devils signed contracts to play professionally in the American Hockey League and the ECHL.
Oceanside Ice Arena saw the rise of a hockey team that started as a club playing pickup to a D1, independent hockey program that made the NCAA tournament just three years later.
This week, track and field took home two NCAA titles, water polo swept its competition, beach volleyball took on ranked opponents, lacrosse opened up pac-12 play, while gymnastics closed out its regular season.
ASU water polo came into the 2022 season with the highest preseason ranking in school history, No. 4 and with high expectations, but the Sun Devils fell out of the gates, losing all four of their games in the opening weekend at home.
Unlike other positions in water polo, graduate student Amira Van Buren must fight every 30 to 60 seconds to stay afloat in the pool. She needs to position herself to catch and shoot a ball while constantly wrestling defenders attempting to pull her down.
ASU wrestling dropped a highly anticipated matchup against No. 10 Mizzou on Feb. 12 in Tempe, a match that ended the team's five-match win streak. The team has one more competition before the Pac-12 tournament at the beginning of March.
This week, water polo took on four ranked opponents at the Stanford Invitational, track and field set nine PR's and four all-time entries, men's tennis lost to both its opponents, gymnastics set a season-high and ASU men's golf finished in third at the Amer Ari Invitational in Hawaii.
Over 6,000 miles away from her home in Hungary, freshman water polo player Vanda Baksa left her dorm to go explore the ASU campus to find out where her classes were.
This week, men's tennis got swept by Ohio State, water polo came back after a slow start to its season, men's golf came out victorious after a stellar performance from David Puig, and wrestling swept both its opponents.
Over the last week, ASU water polo dropped four games in its opening tournament, gymnastics lost another close matchup to Utah, women's tennis swept three opponents at home, swim and dive fell to Cal and Stanford, and men's tennis fell to Texas A&M, while track and field secured five individual program records.
ASU women's water polo team is entering the 2022 season with high expectations. The Sun Devils are ranked fourth overall in the preseason rankings after finishing 14-12 in 2021.